U.S. Set to Interview Bin Laden's Wives

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Despite strained relations following the
mission that took out Osama bin Laden, Pakistan has agreed to grant
the U.S. access to bin Laden's wives.

The three women have been in Pakistani custody since U.S. special forces helicoptered away from Bin Laden's compound with his body.


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  • by I. Arlyin Location: Florida on May 13, 2011 at 07:22 PM
    I'd have them strip searched before I'd interview them. One was quoted as saying she wanted to be martyred--so I'd be real careful. These women are probably out for blood.
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